Bhagwad Gita.

He who does work which he ought to do without seeking its fruit he is the samnyasa, and he is the yogin not he who does not light the sacred fire and performs no rites.—– Solaka 1, Chepter 6.

Comments; the meaning of this solaka is that who does not want the fruit of his karma, but he is doing his duty to work he is true samnyasa and yogi. And he who does rituals by fire is not true yogi. It has a great meaning. Our Kamana and vassanas are the seeds of our rebirth. But if we are doing our karmas without wanting any fruit, then you have not kamanas and vassanas . Now you are not attached to any fruit. Meaning you have not seeds of rebirth. And your act or karma will become easier and it will no tiring. Because it will become fun for you, do not worry about fruit you will find more fruit. This is the fact.

By swamiamarjit

My subject is meditation, Vedanta, Guruvani, Samadhi.

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